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Education & Training

Community education, awareness and training

We are also able to design and run education and awareness training sessions tailored to the needs of individual groups. If you would like to find out more about our individually tailored education and training sessions, including our fees, please email community@dvcs.org.au or call 02 6228 1794.

Safety Planning & Risk Management (DFV) Training (July 2021)

This session will provide a quick recap of our Domestic and Family Violence Training, provide an understanding of the impacts of intersectionality on people experiencing domestic and family violence, a better understanding of risk assessment, red flags and more information about safety planning.

This session is ideal for people who have already attended our Domestic and Family Violence Training or who already have a solid understanding of the dynamics of domestic and family violence.

 

Thursday 29 July 2021
9.30am - 4.30pm
East Hotel, 69 Canberra Avenue, Kingston

$230 per person (including GST, plus booking fee) for community members, including those working within the community sector

$250 per person (including GST, plus booking fee) for all others

All registrations include morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea and parking. Parking is available to participants at East Hotel Parking off Oxley Street.

Cancellation Policy

Registration is essential and can be done online via Trybooking.

Once you make your booking you will be issued with a tax invoice.  If you require a tax invoice before payment, please email us at community@dvcs.org.au.

Online Training - 30 minute domestic, family and sexual violence sessions (June 2021)

Join DVCS Team Leader, Sarah Gillett and DVCS CEO Sue Webeck (from 1 June 2021) as they provide useful tips and handy hints for employers and managers on how to provide appropriate support, both emotional and practical, to any employees impacted by domestic and family violence or sexual violence.

Eash topic is totally online and lasts for 30 minutes. After that, Sarah and Sue will stay available to respond to any questions which you can type in the chat section. Private questions can also be submitted via the chat session.

Once you have registered, you will receive an email from Trybooking.com. That email will contain the link to the training session. Please save that email or copy and paste the link into your diary.

Certificates of Attendances will not be issued for these sessions.

These sessions are suitable to anyone who wishes to increase their knowledge in this area.

Tuesday 22 June 2021
Each session lasts 30 minutes, plus 15 minutes question
Online

$15 per registration

Domestic and Family Violence Training (August 2021)

A one-day education session held three times a year covering:

  • dynamics of domestic and family violence
  • how you can respond to and support someone, including safety planning, and
  • how DVCS engages with the domestic and family violence landscape in the ACT.

This is suitable for people working within the community, legal, medical and allied health, education, public service and private sectors.  It is particularly relevant for those working in human resources or any type of management role.

Wednesday 25 August 2021
9.30am - 4.30pm
East Hotel, 69 Canberra Avenue, Kingston

$210 per person (including GST, plus booking fee) for community members, including those working within the community sector

$230 per person (including GST, plus booking fee) for all others

All registrations include morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea and parking. Parking is available to participants at East Hotel Parking off Oxley Street.

Cancellation Policy

Registration is essential and can be done online via Trybooking.

Once you make your booking you will be issued with a tax invoice.  If you require a tax invoice before payment, please email us at community@dvcs.org.au.

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